December 11, 2019
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- 7 Percent Drop In Telecom Revenues In 2018-19: Government
- India’s Telecom Sector Is Facing A Slump – And The 40% Tariff Hike Is Not Going To Help
- Telecom Cables Can Be Used To Detect Rumbles Of Thunder
- India Needs 3 Private Telecom Operators, Trai Must Fix Floor Price For Tariffs: Airtel Chairman Mittal
- Mobile Number Portability Unavailable This Week. New Trai Rules Coming Soon
- Government Creating Framework For Deployment Of Secure 5G Services: Telecom Minister
- GST Rates Revision: Mobile Phones, Clothes May Become More Expensive
- MTNL Shareholders’ Meet 8 Jan On Plans To Raise ₹6,500 Cr, Asset Monetisation
- Data Protection Concerns
- BSNL And BBNL Received Rs 1,500 Crore Fund To Pay Dues To Vendors
- Telcos Need Govt Help To Survive: Sunil Mittal
- How Telecom Companies May Gain As Callers Shift To OTT Apps
- Vodafone Idea To Sell Some Assets To Brookfield, Edelweiss: Report
- Over 26,400 Complaints Against Telcos Received By TRAI: Dhotre
- Reliance Industries ROCE Could Rise To 11% In 2 Years: Morgan Stanley
- Women Consume More Online Content
- Uday Shankar Hopes Telecom Tariff Hikes Won’t Hurt Data Consumption In India
- DoT Cracks Whip, Tells Telcos To Pay Pending Rs 1.47-Trn AGR Dues Soon
- Bharti Airtel Poised To Be Biggest Gainer If Voda Idea Decides To Shut Shop
- Data Protection Bill Arms Centre With Exemption Powers; Tech Firms Worried
- Tariff Hikes Likely To Double Telcos Operating Profit In FY21: Report
- Airtel Wi-Fi Calling Launched In Delhi NCR: Check Phone Compatibility, Availability, And More Details
- Phone Makers Taking Advantage Of India’s Free Trade Agreement To Avoid Import Duty
- Is India’s Economy Crashing?
- TRAI Seeks Industry’s Views On Unbundled Licensing Regime In Telecom
- Telecom Tariff War: Reliance Jio Claims To Offer Five Times More Free Outgoing Calls Than Rivals
- Vodafone’s Likely Exit Will Cast India In Negative Light: Kevin McCole
- Betting On An Economic Recovery? These 4 Sectors Likely To Hog The Limelight
- What Is Non-Personal Data And Why India Is Trying To Regulate It
- Will Consumers Cut Back Their Spending On FMCG Goods To Pay Higher Telecom Bills?
- Airtel Mobile App Security Flaw Exposes Personal Data Of 32 Crore Subscribers
- Bharti Airtel Sure Of Hitting Rs 200 ARPU In Coming Months At The Cost Of Rival Telco
- Reliance Jio To Reap Tariff Hike Benefit Only In Q1FY21, Say Analysts
- COAI Seeks More Time for New SIM Re-Verification Modes
- Tech Mahindra Bags Rs 500-Cr smart City Project From Pune’s PCMC
- Alibaba Cloud Partners India-Based ZNet To Boost Sales
- Facebook Tells US Govt It Won’t Remove Encryption
- Nokia C1 With Android Pie (Go Edition), 5-Megapixel Selfie Camera Launched: Specifications
- Realme X50 5G To Be Powered By Snapdragon 765G SoC, Company Reveals
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